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Chris Campbell worked at La Trobe University from 2005 until Feb 2009, and taught pre-service education and masters students and Physical and Outdoor Education students ICT skills (Educational Technology). She was research active with various projects and is on several Faculty and University committees. More information can be seen at http://www.nd.edu.au/sydney/schools/education/staff/ccampbell.shtml. Chris has been using interactive whiteboards in her teaching since 2005 and has conducted staff professional development as well as classroom teacher professional development.
Prior to working at La Trobe University, Chris was an elementary school teacher and taught at various year levels, up to the 6th Grade. She taught Reading Recovery for two years. She also was the computer coordinator during her time as a teacher and she taught computers to students.
In February, 2009, Chris began working at the University of Notre Dame Australia in Sydney where she teaches ICT Education to pre-services teachers.
Chris has written numerous papers and presented at conferences across the world in the area of ICT. Recent publications include:
Campbell, C. (In Press). The role of the Internet in the primary school classroom: From a teaching and learning perspective. Germany: Verlag Dr. Muller.
Peters, M., & Campbell, C. (In Press). Applications des TIC pour be dévelopement des compétences technopédagogiques. In M. Peters (Ed.), Integration des technologies au primaire. Montréal: Éditions CEC.
Campbell, C. & Deed, C. (2008). Using an online journaling tool to promote elementary students self reflection. Paper presented at International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education (ICICTE). Corfu, Greece.
Campbell, C. (2008). Pedagogy before technology: Making educational sense of interactive whiteboards. University of Montreal, Canada: Le CRIFPE Montreal, Invited Speaker.
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